Hacking nand swapping program

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some time in the last two weeks i saw a post that said the program could edit a nad to load on another wii, good for bricked wii"s

but a reply was that,.... since a bricked wii is what you would want to use it for , you couldnt get the key to use (from the brick) and inject into the nand.

but now i have all the keys i will need and think 1 day i can use this program... and for now would just like to test it.

can some1 remeber the name of the program ?
and tell me it ,or the link to it.

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if you have a full bricked wii and bootmii as boot2 with no nand backup you can still be saved with out cloning another wii,
if fact thats quite drastic
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If your Wii isn't bricked yet, just make your OWN NAND backup through bootmii and not betwiin...it's a lot safer to use your own Wii's backup which knows what blocks are bad on your NAND and won't write anything important to them whereas someone elses backup will have completely different bad blocks and can potentially write something important to one of your bad blocks that aren't bad on that Wii.

The point of betwiin is for people that for some dumb reason got bootmii installed to boot2 and DIDN'T make a NAND backup of their own before bricking themselves.

Make your own before you brick and you should never have to deal with the hex editing or the potential dangers above.
 

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nabster92 said:
The point of betwiin is for people that for some dumb reason got bootmii installed to boot2 and DIDN'T make a NAND backup of their own before bricking themselves.

Make your own before you brick and you should never have to deal with the hex editing or the potential dangers above.
Betwiin is also useful in full bricks without bootmii\Keys you just need Vulnerable Boot1.
 

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BlackAce83 said:
nabster92 said:
The point of betwiin is for people that for some dumb reason got bootmii installed to boot2 and DIDN'T make a NAND backup of their own before bricking themselves.

Make your own before you brick and you should never have to deal with the hex editing or the potential dangers above.
Betwiin is also useful in full bricks without bootmii\Keys you just need Vulnerable Boot1.

True, but also an Infectus.
 

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